by Bryce Marley-Jarrett
Tokyo is the main hub for people coming into Japan for tourism, however there is so much across this amazing country to see that, like most people, you will explore beyond the mega-city that is Tokyo. Once deciding where to head, the next question is how to get there. Today we take a look at going from Tokyo to Nagasaki, and look at the best options to travel there. Yes, today we’re comparing trains vs planes!
Nagasaki is about 1250km (around 780 miles) away from Tokyo, or a 15-hour car ride. It is an amazing city that often gets overlooked for closer, more convenient cities. Nagasaki sits on the west coast side of Kyushu island, and is a bayside city surrounded by lush, green mountains, and it bears a startling difference to Tokyo and even other port cities like Osaka. Strolling through Nagasaki, you will notice a great feeling of city life, while also maintaining that small town charm to it that feels very unique.Read More